The Autism House: Visual Supports for the Home
The Indiana Resource Center for Autism is honored, through the efforts of Kristie Lofland, to have been part of the creation of The Autism House: Visual Supports for the Home with Rent-A-Center, Westfield Washington Schools, Noblesville Schools, Hamilton Boone Madison Special Services and Carmel Clay Schools. The Autism House was one of nine projects produced this year by the Hamilton County Leadership Academy-Class of 2011. The Hamilton County Leadership Academy’s project team includes Mark Booth of Noblesville Schools, Garrett Dean of Key Bank, Tammy Havard of the City of Westfield, Matt House of Beck’s Hybrids, Lu McKee of St. Vincent Carmel Hospital and Gabrielle Sauce of SaucePanCreative.
The Autism House: Visual Supports for the Home is a resource for families or anyone who lives with someone on the autism spectrum. This simulated house features a living room, bedroom, dining room/homework area, kitchen, bathroom, and outdoor area set up with visual supports to aid individuals on the autism spectrum as they go about their daily routines at home. Helpful information from a variety of sources are available. Click on the link below for a detailed video tour of the house.
If you have any questions about this project, contact Kristie Lofland, Indiana Resource Center for Autism, firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (812) 855-6508.
IRCA | 1905 North Range Rd. | Bloomington, IN 47408 | 812-855-6508 | email@example.com